All Staff enjoyed our Christmas party at Pauletts, the food was amazing and we were very well looked after.
At Clare Dental we have updated our sterilization equipment, this is our newest piece of equipment “The Mocom”
Patients can be assured that infection control at Clare Dental is of the highest quality.
Sterilization co-ordinator Tina Kent keeps all staff member’s up to date with the latest infection control standards.
After 11 years we thought it was time for a colour change.
What hasn’t altered is our commitment to providing a wide variety of quality dental care to our patients of all ages.
We look forward to seeing you all soon.
This year our focus is on the sporting sins including gym supplements, sports drinks, missing mouth guard’s and the risks these pose to your oral health.
Our Experienced team is available to provide advice and treatment to help promote strong healthy teeth for life.
Good luck and best wishes to our locum Oral Health Therapist, Sophie Hogarth who is off on a European adventure.
Dr Susan Clift and Hygienist/Therapist Michelle Hogg have been selected to attend a volunteer dentistry project in Vanuata sponsored by Rotary.
Rotary has set up an ongoing professional and free dental service for disadvantaged Ni-Van people in Vanuatu.
Vanuatu is an independent nation reported to have 89% unemployment and has a high dental caries rate (WHO = 4.4% vs Australia 1.1 & Tonga 2.1). There are 83 islands and 123 different languages in Vanuatu and proper dental facilities and dentists are only available on 2 of these islands.
Only a small fraction of Ni-Vanuatu people have access to any professional dental care and the cost of private dentistry is prohibitive for the vast majority of native islanders. Currently treatment outside Port Vila, the capital, is usually provided by non-dentally trained heath workers with questionable equipment and sterilisation facilities.
Congratulations on this wonderful opportunity.